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not a directing and acting perspective, but congratulations and thank you
I have only a few words to say about this movie. I am not interested in its ratings, and the angles in which it has been filmed, nor I will question the actors.
all I can say is that this movie showed MY RELATIONSHIP. me and my boyfriend have our very first portrait, and such fine details that made us burst in laughter and also deep and serious feelings we both found in this movie were depicted from our real daily life.
I couldn't have compared us to Gone with the wind, or other classic love stories. :))))
Congratulations to the director.
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